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He refused to send his most experienced troops to the Normandy region. Instead, elderly or sick soldiers from the eastern front chiefly staffed the German ground forces in Normandy (Vail, 1991, p. 87). The problem that remained for the Allies was deciding when to launch the invasion. The weather was of key importance...
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The weather was of key importance. Sea landings required low tides, and the air borne operations needed a cloudless, moonlit night. The Allied meteorological staff calculated that June 5 and 6 met these ideal conditions. All preparations were targeted for those dates (Vail, 1991, p. 87). Unfortunately, bad weather on June 4 forced a postponement...
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